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Get Greater Security, Bandwidth with OWC Thunderbolt 3 10G Ethernet Adapter

OWC has announced it is releasing its Thunderbolt 3 10G Ethernet Adapter for users who require greater security, bandwidth and higher transfer speeds. This adapter is faster than Gigabit Ethernet and stands up to the new data transfer standard. 

Bandwidth-intensive workflows are the norm for content creators and post-production shared storage workgroups. With this adapter, users can securely and cost-effectively connect their Thunderbolt 3 equipped Mac or Windows PC to high-performance wired networks delivering up to 10 times the performance of Gigabit Ethernet. 

Key features:

  • Connects to any Thunderbolt 3 port
  • Blazing fast 10GBASE-T 10GbE connectivity
  • Bus powered, energy efficient
  • Easy setup:  Windows and macOS
  • 1 Year OWC Limited Warranty

The OWC Thunderbolt 3 10G Ethernet Adapter can also be used to connect to standard Ethernet connections; connect to any wired network via the RJ45 port. The adapter works with macOS 10.13.4 or later and Windows 10 (64-bit edition), and comes with a 40Gb/s Thunderbolt 3 captive cable.

Available for order now at and other online and storefront retailers.

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    • The product page linked in the last line says: Network Support
      1000 BASE-T
      100 BASE-T

  • Any possibility of a gigabit Ethernet adapter that would work on Thunderbolt 3 as well as Apple’s works on Thunderbolt 2 or via a Thunderbolt 2-3 adapter? Right now the only options for this in TB3 are USB-chipped adapters that hog power and overheat.